April 06, 2011

Lasting Transformation in Thailand

Scott Norling – Director - JMM Asia Office

From a small farming family in Thailand, Noi kept failing and twice attempted suicide. In an effort to find meaning Noi opted to follow the path of Buddhism and joined an order of monks. Mundane days led to alcoholism and his ejection from the monastery. Even after several rehab treatments nothing changed until Noi heard about Christ. There was a radical change in Noi’s life and he began praying fervently to get rid of his addiction.

For two years now Noi has been leading a small group of believers and is pursuing a degree on scholarship in theology from Indochina Bible College which is supported by Joyce Meyer Ministries, Hand of Hope. After he completes his degree Noi plans to start a church. Thank you partners for helping make such a profound difference in Noi’s life.

Hand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Our goal is simply to help as many hurting people as we possibly can, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.